OK, please spare me all of the Nelson "Ha Ha"s, no matter how deserved they may be. Last night, I sort of knocked over a drink on my desk. And my Touch was sort of laying there and sort of got a little splash of the drink (gin and grapefruit juice, try it sometime). It really wasn't that much that got on the Touch. Just a few drops in the connector area. Well, I've learned my lesson of having alcoholic drinks lying near my Touch. I quickly cleaned it off and got some compressed air to blow into the connector and headphone jack to dry it out. Fired it up and the thing worked fine--PHEW! Unfortunately, when I went to try my Touch this morning, all it showed was the little 'connect to computer' icon on the screen. iTunes informed me that the iPod had to be restored. Well, shucks. I had it jailbroken and a bunch of stuff on there, but nothing that couldn't be replaced. So, I went through the whole restore process. Tried it out and everything looked fine. Now, though, whenever I turn it on, the main screen does that little spinning dial thing in the middle of the screen for a few seconds, then the screen goes dim, then it brightens up and does the same thing again. I can't get my iMac to recognize it now when it's plugged in. I've seen a couple other posts in the forums about the iPT/iPhone continuously restarting after dropping in water, but never seen any recommendations of what to do about it. Does anyone have any suggestions/commiserations or should I just cross my fingers and wait it out? Maybe I'll just be using my Christmas money for a less exciting use than I had expected and get a replacement. Thanks for any help. P.S. The wetness indicator in the headphone jack did indeed turn half-red (looking at it makes me feel like I just found out I'm pregnant), so that effectively rules any warranty possibility from Apple.